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March 20, 2014
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LA Lewis offers cash reward for Lizard

Dancehall enigma L.A Lewis and his associates say they are putting up a cash reward for the whereabouts or return of Clive 'Lizard' Williams.

According to the controversial enigma, persons are claiming to have seen Lizard in Ocho Rios on more than one occasion.

"We have the warrant out because people have been approaching us saying they saw Lizard in Ocho Rios. We have been working behind the scene with Gaza Federation and we feel like the evidence used to convict Vybz Kartel was tampered with. They have no blood stain, nor forensic evidence, so we thought this would have been a pushover case, but the results were shocking to the world," L.A Lewis said.

L.A Lewis says any person who can bring Lizard in to the police will be paid $1.6 million.

"Vybz Kartel is innocent and right now international people are saying Jamaica's court system is foolishness because there is no way you should convict a man with tampered evidence. These police should know that Vybz Kartel is a part of the illuminati and whosoever is against the illuminati cannot prosper. Money is not the issue for us because people are willing to contribute to see Worl' Boss free," he said.

The talkative entertainer said some Jamaican artistes are happy to see Kartel's demise because they want to become relevant. However, the Gaza camp will not fall as he (LA Lewis) will lead through his Gaza Federation body.

"A same suh dem did put fool fool case pon mi and wah charge mi fi graffiti after mi fans dem write up mi name pon wall. How yu fi charge a man for something that was done by the fans," L.A Lewis said.

Persons who have seen Lizard are being asked to contact the nearest police station or email gazafederation@gmail.com and trillionairerecords@gmail.com.

"Lizard nuh dead, man. Is a man wey wanted by both police and shottas so him nah guh show himself. Yu wudda show yourself? Then look how long the United States did think sey Busy Signal dead and him did alive under a next identity. A di same thing wid Lizard," L.A Lewis said.

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